Hi guys I'm still on my Wrist Splint Brace & i miss making cakes & bakes for you all.. #carpaltunnelsyndrome
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Warrior II Pose ( #virabhadrasana2 ) Is a beginner pose that gives the body an overall good workout. Activates the Solar Plexus Chakra (Manipura).
BENEFITS: Good for those that suffer from sciatica, carpal tunnel syndrome, osteoporosis, flat feet, & infertility. Increases stamina and concentration as well as stretches the groins, chest, lungs, & shoulders. Tones the shoulders, back, abs, hips, glutes, & thighs.
TIPS: one may place their hands on their hips if thats more comfortable. Make sure the front knee is aligned over the ankle. Back foot should be at a 45 degree angle pointed to the side while front toes point forward. Gaze is looking past the front arms fingertips. Hold for 3-6 breaths. 🌱
AVOID: if you have High Blood Pressure, neck, shoulder, hip, or knee injuries.
Here's a few ways you can find some relief
1. Take short breaks from repetitive activities involving the use of your hands.
2. Lose weight if you are overweight or obese.
3. Rotate your wrists and stretch your palms and fingers.
4. Take a pain reliever, such as aspirin, ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin IB, others) or naproxen sodium (Aleve).
5. Wear a snug, not tight, wrist splint at night. (You can find these over-the-counter at most drugstores or pharmacies)
6.Avoid sleeping on your hands.
On Fridays we post great tips to help you improve your practice. Today: In our upcoming Anatomy of Yoga & Movement Training, you can expect to learn important info about the human body that will help inform your practice as a yogi or as an instructor. We deal specifically with parts of the body that experience higher levels of stress in our practice. Here’s a sneak peak with 3 things you didn’t know about your wrists:
💻Your job matters
If you work at a computer all day, you need to make sure your desk set up is safe and comfortable for your wrists. Desk workers tend to lack flexibility in the wrists, so an ergonomic desk set up can help you avoid chronic problems in the wrists, such as carpal tunnel syndrome. ⚕️Your wrist is not a single joint
The term we use for the “wrist” actually comprises eight small bones that are connected to the five main bones of the hand, plus the two bones of the forearm. There’s a lot of moving parts within the wrist that allow us to execute a wide range of motion with our hands. ✋Wrist pain is not so simple
Due to the complexity of the wrist, yogis and acrobats may experience pain in one of several common areas of the wrist. And that’s not all: sometimes the problem doesn’t stem from your wrist itself, but rather from tightness or inflexibility in the elbows or shoulders, which in turn can place extra stress on your wrist and cause pain. 🤷🏽 What can you do about it?
It’s important to warm up your wrists before putting weight on them, just as you would do for your shoulders, knees, and hips. In our upcoming Anatomy of Yoga & Movement Training, we’ll discuss how to do this, as well as other measures you can take to keep your wrists healthy and happy for a lifetime of practice. .
2 10519 April, 2019
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome occurs when there is irritation to the median nerve - which is the nerve the passes down your arm through the palm side of your wrist. Common symptoms include pain, “pins and needles” sensation particularly in the thumb, index, & middle/ring finger, and/or weakness in the forearm, wrist, and hand region. There are a number of predisposing systemic factors contributing to its cause, including diabetes and high blood pressure. But from a pure mechanical perspective, sustained positioning in wrist flexion or extension are primary causes.
This is likely environmental and very fixable - meaning if you regularly do things like type or play the piano with increased wrist flexion for hours every day, or are a waiter or waitress, making changes to your overall posture/positioning and work load will be of huge benefit without requiring surgery.
On top of the postural adjustments and variability are some effective exercises that assist with the overall mobility and sensitivity of the nerve causing symptoms. These include nerve glides as shown in the video (these can be performed laying down as well). Seek the care of a physical therapist if your symptoms do not get better.
‼️One study that looked at the efficacy of manual therapy and desensitization maneuvers reported “Physical Therapy should be considered the ‘front line’ treatment for carpal tunnel syndrome for mild, moderate, and even severe cases of carpal tunnel syndrome before subsequently considering surgery.” (See reference to study down below)
📚C Peñas et al. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: Manual Physical Therapy Versus Surgery for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: A Randomized Parallel-Group Trial. Journal of Pain. Nov 2015; 16(11) p. 1087-1094
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BEATING CARPAL TUNNEL 🙌. I used to have it pretty bad many years ago and it was largely due to the increasing amount of time I had to spend on my ....cough cough... Blackberry.... and doctors weren’t much help other than telling me to stop typing and using my phone so much (not an option) or telling me about surgery. No thanks. I use my computer and phone more than ever now. My auto tracker says in my phone alone my average is 6-7hrs a day aaaand I also am on my laptop too. All I’ve really changed to combat the pain is a little stretching, taking glucosamine and fish oils.... and buying these gimmicky things from a FB ad. I’d shout out the brand but they’re more popular now and you can just search “finger stretcher” or “hand resistance stretcher” and get them. I do 3 sets of 20 while waiting for things to print etc and my wrists and hands have been solid ✊👊. Also gives your forearms a good pump haha. #forearms#carpaltunnel#carpaltunnelsyndrome#wriststrength#wrists#fingerstrength#fingers#strength#balance#muscles#worklife#work#laptop#iphone#media#marketing#entrepreneur
0 3218 April, 2019
Now that I’ve distracted you with whisky, let’s talk about your wrists. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and Pronator Teres Syndrome are common ailments, especially for people using their hands for a living. Massage is an effective and simple combatant against these issues.
-- CTS: Your carpal tunnel is a slim passageway for nerves and blood supply to pass through your wrist to your hand. Women’s naturally narrower wrists manifest problems here more often than men, but anyone regularly putting compression or strain on their wrists is susceptible. Think slinging heavy pans, improper downward dog, or even just cocking your wrists back day in and day out at a keyboard. --
PTS: Your pronator teres attaches both bones in your forearm and is responsible for turning your forearm to place your hand palm down. Sound like a familiar hand position? As we work and play more often in this (pronated) position, our pronator teres gets ticked off and overworked. This can often cause restriction and pain around the muscle, and inhibits range of motion in the forearm (which can cause problems up into the shoulder). -- #forearmpain#wristpain#carpaltunnelsyndrome#pronatorteressyndrome#drinkup
1 1018 April, 2019
. #repost from @physio.book .
♠️ What am I seeing here?
This is a very simple and effective way of demonstrating the movements in the forearm ( #antebrachium ) during supination and pronation.
The PVC pipe on the right represents the radius, and the one on the left represents the ulna.
♦️ What is happening here?
As we move from #supination to #pronation , the radius rotates around the relatively stationary ulna. The proximal end (the head) translates medially and anteriorly, and rotates medially within the confines of the annular ligament. The distal end moves anteriorly, medially rotates and crosses the midline to overlap the ulna.
When moving from pronation to supination, we see the opposite.
♥️ Why is this important?
When treating for wrist or elbow dysfunction, it behooves us to be aware of what's moving where.
When applying joint mobilizations, we want to focus on the movement of the radius on the ulna, and be aware that the movement at the #tfcc and #carpals is occurring as a result of the movement of the radius on the ulna.
When you're treating the wrist, treat the elbow!
📍 Forearm pain or tunnel syndromes? Let's set something up!
Know someone who could use this info? Tag them!
This song again!
My daughter is the one vid-clipping FYI.
Not that dumb do post while I drive. 😳
Dunno what for cook for dinner? Listen to this song!
Has the beat to have a finger hand exercises! Hehe!
So local kine.
The smoke song.
Smoking all day long.
Smoking FOOD. Is my interpretation of the lyrics.
Stupid I know.
Wanneer je pijn in je polsen krijgt als je op handen en knieën zit, dan betekent dit vaak dat je te weinig ruimte hebt in je polsgewricht. CAR’s, oftewel controlled articular rotations, kunnen helpen om je kracht en stabiliteit in je polsen te verbeteren. Het helpt ook om je pols gezond te houden en het zorgt ervoor dat je polsen goed blijven bewegen.
Hoe doe je deze oefening?
🔹 Hou je onderarm helemaal stil, alleen je pols beweegt
🔹 Maak een cirkel met je hand door je pols te draaien
🔹 Maak de cirkel zo groot mogelijk (zoek de uiterste grenzen van je pols op)
🔹 Probeer je vingers niet te buigen als je je hand open houdt. Te moeilijk? Maak dan een vuist van je hand.
Het klinkt misschien makkelijk, maar het is heel moeilijk om niet stiekem vals te spelen. Probeer het en laat me weten hoe het gaat.
When a quadruped position hurts your wrists it often means that you have limited workspace in your wrists. CAR’s, or controlled articular rotations, can help to increase your passive articular strength and stability. It will help to improve the health of your wrist and maintain your range of motion.
How do you do it?
🔹 Keep your forearm completely still, only your wrist moves
🔹 Make a circle with your hand by rotating your wrist
🔹 Make the circle as big as possible (the outer limits of your wrist)
🔹 Try not to flex your fingers when your hand is open. Too hard? Make a fist.
It sounds easy, but it is really hard not to cheat. Try it out and let me know how it goes.
Practical exam completed, congratulations to all our trainee therapists who passed the exam!
The skill of the Trigger point therapist depends as much as the palpation skill of the individual and as such, they are expected to be well trained and very sensitive with their fingers and accurate with their palpation to locate the precise location of the trigger point.
Course is accredited with Course is accredited with National Association of Myofascial Trigger Point Therapist (NAMTPT)
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2 4318 April, 2019
Getting Stronger Everyday
Post Op Day 7
Carpal Tunnel Release
“No biggy Tina, that’s not a big deal surgery.”
Everyone is different.
My left hand is my dominant hand.
Don’t know what caused my hand to get so bad.
The doc said it could be over time.
I don’t do a lot of computer work.
The simple things like pulling up my pants on the left side, dressing my top torso, from opening a bottle....so hard with a incision in the middle of my palm.
It’s sore, very sensitive 🥴
It still feels like the incision is gonna rip!
Finally let it open to air.
Lots of hand therapy-ing myself.
I forgot my husband had putty from his hand injury few years back...
This putty is pretty tough!
Not the ordinary playdough feel🥴
Determined to get lefty stronger.
One week out...
Few more weeks to make it stronger!!!!
Lols! Why do I share?
Maybe someone else has the same problem!
Lols..someone I know personally had the same surgery!!!
Caz hope you doing the same?
Did you remove your bandage? LOLS! #strongereveryday#donotgiveup#carpaltunnelsyndrome#carpaltunnelsurgery#fitnurse#handtherapy#stretching#stretchingexercises
7 4218 April, 2019
For the last year or so I have been struggling with a really severe bout of carpal tunnel syndrome. After months of rest I can now draw for about a minute at a time, resting for a minute as well it’s tedious but my soul feels so good. I have missed art so much 💕
I still may get surgery but I’m looking into other possible options. 🤞🏻 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #carpaltunnelsyndrome#carpaltunnelartist#fiddleleaffig#plantdrawings#sketch
DESK STRETCH MONDAYS EPISODE 10
Let's talk one of the most common wrist and hand issues office workers face, Carpal Tunnel. This affects the wrist, hand, and fingers, causing numbness and tingling into the those areas.🖐
True carpal tunnel happens due to nerve irritation at the wrist as it passes through the tunnel of wrist bones, the carpals, hence the name. But the symptoms can also be caused by issues further up the arm or neck. ➡️ A good professional assessment is always warranted for this as so many people jump to wrist surgery immediately. Whichever spot it's coming from though, the median nerve is involved.
So one of the easiest things you can try is a median nerve floss or glide. It gets the nerve moving and desensitizing and can reduce the symptoms for a lot of people. Never push into anything painful. Keep it light and keep it moving.
Tag a friend with carpal tunnel and share the wealth!
206 3,5116 March, 2018
👉🏽🤚🏽😩Achy or stiff hands?
🤤This exercise does wonders for the little bones located between your fingers and your wrist.
You’ve probably never even thought about them.
Scouts honor 🤞🏽
Look up the word “metacarpals” and you will get an exact image of what this exercise is for.
The more education you have, the less pain you’ll have in your body globally. This is why education is SO important.
📚Education reduces pain.
If your hand and wrist get really smart and move competently and intelligently, carpal tunnel issues are known to be reduced and or go away.
Drawing figure 8s or infinity symbols with any body part, makes your brain pay WAY more attention to it.
⚠️ Remember never move into pain! If this hurts, don’t do it.
Tag someone who would enjoy trying this with you and let us know how it goes.
BTW: it’s harder than it looks 👹
Make sure it’s:
3. Semi slow
سندرم تونل کارپال (CTS) عارضهای نسبتاً شایع در ناحیه دست و انگشتان است که باعث ایجاد احساس سوزش، گزگز، بیحسی و در پارهای مواقع درد در این ناحیه میشود. معمولاً این علائم بهصورت تدریجی نمایان شده و در شب شدت بیشتری پیدا میکنند. علائم مذکور بر روی انگشتان شست، نشانه و میانه دیده و احساس میشود. این عارضه به دلیل فشردگی (لهشدگی) عصب میانی به وجود میآید. این عصب از میان تونل کارپ در مچ دست عبور کرده و وظیفه آن کنترل بعضی حرکات شست و کنترل احساس شست و دو انگشت بعد و نیمی از انگشت حلقه است. هرگونه فشار بر عصب میانی باعث ایجاد اختلال در سیگنالهای عصبی شده و بر حس لامسه و حرکات این نواحی تأثیر میگذارد. درصورتیکه اجزای تونل کارپ متورم وملتهب شوند این کانال تنگ شده و باعث افزایش فشار به عصب مدیان میشود.سه علامت مهم این سندرم عبارتند از:گِزگِز کردن، بیحسی و درد. که این علائم در محلهای زیر بروز میکند:انگشت شست، انگشت نشانه، انگشت میانی، نیمی از انگشت حلقه.
در بعضی مواقع ممکن است احساس گزگز، درد و بیحسی به قسمتهای دیگر هم کشیده شود.افرادی که دچار این سندروم هستند اغلب از اینکه مرتباً اشیا از دستشان میافتد شکایت دارند و در بسیاری از موارد در اثر این بیماری، چابکی بیمار برای انجام برخی از فعالیتهای خاص، کاهش مییابد. همچنین شما متوجه خواهید شد توانایی انگشتان در انجام برخی از کارها نظیر تایپ کردن، بستن دکمهها و... کاهش یافته است.در بسیاری از مواقع علل فشردگی عصب میانی نامشخص است. بااینحال بسیاری از علل ممکن است باعث ایجاد سندرم تونل کارپال شوند که عبارتند از:
✔بیماریهای خاص نظیر دیابت، کمکاری غده تیروئید یا رماتیسم مفاصل
✔برخی جراحات و آسیبدیدگیها در مچ دست
✔فعالیتهای خاص و تکراری ...
تشخیص به موقع مهمترین بخش از درمان سندروم تونل کارپال برای جلوگیری از ایجاد آسیب دیدگی دائمی برای عصب میانی می باشد.استفاده از روش های درمان تخصصی دستی همانندCarpal mobilization و Nerve mobilization در صورتی که به درستی انجام شوند علایم بیمار را تا حدود زیادی کاهش می دهند، در کلینیک فیزیوتراپی سینا از لیزر پرتوان و درای نیدلینگ و موبیلیزیشن و... بصورت تخصصی برای درمان سندروم تونل کارپال استفاده می شود. #سندروم_تونل_کارپال#عصب_مدیان#مچ_دست#گزگز_انگشت#لیزر_پرتوان#درای_نیدلینگ#موبیلیزیشن#فیزیوتراپی#کلینیک_سینا#شاهین_شهر#اصفهان #carpaltunnel#carpaltunnelsyndrome#median_nerve#wrist_pain#dry_needling#high_power_laser
0 1715 September, 2018
Carpal Tunnel Nerve Glides
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is a common condition that feels like numbness or tingling in the hand or arm caused by a pinched nerve. Imagine nerves like to run like a free way and sometimes there’s a traffic (living in LA, this is a realistic metaphor for us). These areas of traffic are “entrapment sites.” This can stem from your neck, following down your arms, up to your fingers where the median nerve can get impinged. So even if you may get discomfort at your wrist or fingers, the traffic jam could be happening higher up on the freeway.
Here are some simple moves to improve mobility of the median nerve and decrease sensitivity. You can perform these at your desk, feel free to stand or remain seated.
1️⃣ Nerve Slider: Keeping a neutral wrist, straighten out your arm and bring your ear towards your shoulder at the same time. Then bend your elbow and bring your head back to the middle.
2️⃣ Nerve Tensioner: This is a progression of the last exercise if you want more excursion of the nerve. Keep your wrist extended (palm up, like holding a plate). Straighten your arm again and bring your ear to the OPPOSITE shoulder. This will place more tension on the nerve.
Perform multiple repetitions, try 15-20 for starters. You will feel a bit of a stretch but remember, these movements should be pain free!
As always, it is important to address the root of a problem. A physical therapist can suggest modifications to improve your work space. Take a look at our ergonomics video if you want to optimize your work environment.
6 32721 January, 2019
Why it is a 💩 diagnose and what it is …
[NUMBNESS & TINGLING / Physiology]
There are some diagnoses that are made by practitioners that very accurately describe what is going on but do not describe the “why it is going on”
🙇🏽♂️Thoracic Outlet Syndrome (TOS) is one of them. It is compression of the nerves (sometimes arteries) leaving the neck when entering into the upper limb through the thoracic outlet: the space between the collar bone and the upper ribs
🔎Specifically, it is usually the lowest nerves leaving the neck from the C7 and T1 vertebrae that join together to form the lowest (inferior) trunk of the brachial plexus and then go onto provide sensation to the inside of the forearm and hand amongst other things
The most telltale sign of TOS is numbness along the inside of the forearm and the smallest two fingers when the inferior brachial plexus trunk is compressed. Weakness could and usually does come later without proper care or relief
COMPRESSED NERVE = NUMBNESS 🧠
I don’t like this diagnosis because it does not explain WHY these nerves are compressed‼️
❓Is it because of tight scalene muscles only
❓ Is it because of a cervical rib that shouldn’t be there
❓Is it because of degeneration in the cervical spine
❓OR is it because all of the above combined with a forward SHIFT in the normal structure of the neck and a significant structural distortion .
The 🗝 is to know why it is happening and address the underlying Core Problem with the spine / nervous system
If you only manage the symptoms then you are going to be constantly trying to release tight muscles and sooth irritated nerves that are irritated in the first place because of a postural / structural issue
If the head is constantly SHIFTED forward then it is going to create a lot of issues in the thoracic outlet that will keep coming back
I have attached one of my favourite drills that will hopefully provide some temporary relief. I am going to make a video this week to specifically address this issue and have it out soon!
☎️ Hope this helps and be sure to tag a friend 🤗 who needs this and leave any questions or comments you might have
72 76716 April, 2018
CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME (CTS)
You've probably heard of it, have experienced it, or maybe your third cousin's mother-in-law Karen talks about her CTS during Thanksgiving dinner. For those who don't, oversimplified it is compression or irritation of the median nerve at the wrist. Generally, pain or parathesisas are present in digits 1-3.
It's an extremely common issue that affects millions.
Sometimes it can resolve with something as simple as modifying your workplace. Sometimes it can actually be referred from the c-spine. And sometimes it won't go away on it's own. Before you ask, I'm not sure if this is going to help your specific case. There's a multitude of factors that go into symptoms and pain.
Clinically, I've found median nerve glides to be useful for patient's dealing with carpal tunnel syndrome.
So here's some median nerve glides to try.
1️⃣ Quick overly simplistic demo of where the median nerve runs in the wrist
2️⃣ Median Nerve Sliders
3️⃣ Median Nerve Tensioners
4️⃣ Median Nerve fist segmental sliders
5️⃣ Median Nerve glides on wall with shoulder rotation
The idea behind sliders is slacking the nerve at one end and lengthening at the other. That way we are not actually "stretching" the nerve (not that nerves actually stretch). A nerve that is hot and bothered tends to not love tensioners. Be gentle with tensioners my friends.
The wall variation is nice because you can work into different angles where you feel the most tension. Decrease wrist extension if symptoms are too intense.
And finally, the segmental sliders are something that just makes logical sense to me, especially for symptoms in the distal segments.
🔑 Median Nerve glides can be useful for CTS
Save the 📷 or share it with someone in need of some wrist love.
🌈 𝐓𝐡𝐞 𝐌𝐨𝐫𝐞 𝐘𝐨𝐮 𝐊𝐧𝐨𝐰... 𝐅𝐨𝐥𝐥𝐨𝐰 𝐭𝐡𝐞 𝐌𝐨𝐯𝐞𝐦𝐞𝐧𝐭
✅Here is a great dissection video of the distal anterior forearm and hand from @seattlesciencefoundation. Clinically, the median nerve is probably the structure most involved in musculoskeletal pathology due to its association with carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS).
🔎CTS is the most common compression neuropathy of the peripheral nervous system with approximately six percent of the United States population being affected by this clinical condition.
📌Although the pathophysiology of this condition is not fully understood, intraneural edema is consistently observed in these cases and can have irreversible consequences on nerve function. Without the ability to adequately reduce this edema, a type of miniature compartment syndrome may result leading to impaired neural physiology and mechanics.
➡️Previous research (studies 2 & 3 below) has documented positive outcomes when using neurodynamic mobilization (NDM) to treat patients diagnosed with CTS.
👀More recent research (study 1 below), has demonstrated how neural mobilization may work to reduce symptoms by positively affecting nerve physiology including decreased edema and, ultimately, lessened neural compression.
✅If you suffer from CTS symptoms, give the median nerve mobilization demonstrated in this video a try. A good starting point would be 1-2 sets of 10-15 repetitions, 2-3 times per day. Like any medical condition, seek a professional evaluation if your condition does not improve or worsens over time.
📚Boudier-Revéret M, et al. Effect of neurodynamic mobilization on fluid dispersion in median nerve at the level of the carpal tunnel. Musculoskeletal Science and Practice. 2017.
📚Kim SD. Efficacy of tendon and nerve gliding exercises for carpal tunnel syndrome: a systematic review of randomized controlled trials. J Phys Ther Sci. 2015.
📚Huisstede BM, et al. Carpal tunnel syndrome. Part I: effectiveness of nonsurgical treatments--a systematic review. Arch Phys Med Rehabil. 2010.